by Meelis Kitsing Estonians are justifiably proud of their achievements in the information technology (IT) sector, as the tiny nation has quickly positioned itself ahead of many of European nations competing in the new economy. National Internet penetration is much higher than in many leading European Union nations, and three mobile phone operators are actively […]

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